Canned soup is generally relegated to the “I only eat when I’m sick” category, because they’re just generally not that tasty, in my opinion.
But when I tasted Wolfgang Puck’s Signature Tortilla soup, my first thought was “this tastes like it came from a restaurant.” Indeed, it was modeled after soups that Wolfgang Puck serves in his world-famous restaurants.
It has a very rich flavor from the spices, with a little kick (just a tiny one – don’t be scared). Black beans, corn, red peppers, tomatoes, and onions are the bulk of this soup (as far as I can tell, it is vegan, but doesn’t say so on the can). The soup is also organic.
The flavors blend wonderfully together, inviting you to relax and enjoy your meal.
A serving of the Signature Tortilla soup only has 160 calories. But let’s be real. Who only eats half a can? Nobody I know does, at any rate. So, if you eat the whole can, you get a little less than 320 calories and 7 grams of fat, but nearly 12 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein.
Did you know that Wolfgang Puck has a number of gluten-free soups? They even say so right on the front of the can. I was excited to see them at Expo West and their giant sign that had “gluten free” on it, but was sad that I wasn’t able to try the soups then. Thankfully, they found me online and sent me some. They would like you to try them, too.
Print your coupon and give them a try, too.